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The Mystery of the Golden Night

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The Mystery of the Golden Night
Produced for: Fantasma #185 (1971)
# of pgs: 22
Writer: Fred Dickenson,
Walmir Amaral (?)
Artist: John Prentice, Sy Barry,
Walmir Amaral (?)
Original colorist: unknown
Producer: RGE

"The Mystery of the Golden Night" is a 1971 RGE story. It is actually a remake of a "Rip Kirby" story drawn by John Prentice, where Rip Kirby has been edited out and replaced by the Phantom. The Phantom artwork is mainly taken from stories drawn by Sy Barry, and the editing of the story was possibly made by Walmir Amaral.

Plot summary

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Behind the scenes

The story was originally published as a "Rip Kirby" story entitled "Hostile Takeover" in US newspapers from March 27 to July 8, 1967. It was written by Fred Dickenson and drawn by John Prentice.

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Old Jungle Sayings


Reprints

This story has been published in the following publications:

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